by Tina Frinziska Paulick I moved from Germany to Galway to study at N.U.I.G. I am legally blind, but still have some sight. I’m not an Irish citizen and therefore don’t have the vote, but Ireland is my new home and I have to get on with my everyday life here. So here is my personal hobbyhorse ; public transport outside of Dublin: I recently moved out of Galway city centre. Initially, I walked in and out to college, which took me half an hour each way. When the weather got really miserable my friends convinced me to try the bus. They checked the timetables and showed me the stops I […]
“Prostitution raises questions of drug addiction and human trafficking, but for some girls like Sabina, it’s been a path to a more stabile life, and a path that she not only survived from, but a lifestyle age enjoys!” Galway Escort Pro Sabina meets the CRAIC reporter. Sabina is enjoying life in Galway, even if she hasn’t had the opportunity to explore it with a decent companion. She is independent, professional, from the other corner of Europe and she is able to compare conditions for life. When asked “Are you still able to enjoy sex?” Sabrina answers yes. “Why do you think I am doing it?” She twists her head, smiling, admitting she is […]
Source: ultimateclassicrock.com/top-david-bowie-songs/ David Bowie has been called many things in his life: rock ‘n’ roll chameleon, musical genius, Ziggy Stardust and Thin White Duke, to name a few. Still, coming up with a list of best Bowie tracks is both pleasurable and painful. How does one narrow such an eclectic and magnificent career down to just 10 tunes? Missing from this list are “Fame” and “Let’s Dance” — his only two No. 1 U.S. songs — as well as classics such as “Starman,” “Oh! You Pretty Things,” “Life on Mars?” and countless others. What made the cut? Check out our list of the Top 10 David Bowie Songs. 10 “The Man […]
Happy 2016 Galway when flying around list time over Arran IslandsInishmore we have noticed there is nothing more interesting further west. Landing in Galway for Brand New Year of the CRAIC again. There is history of civilisation here recorded 3,500 years before St. Pat hit the ground and sent the snakes to discover new world for expanding ideas from Europe and dismiss the civilisation forming in America until 1492. Happy New Year based on roots of the most western place which the oldest civilisation expanding over EuroAzia found the reason to stay and have some CRAIC! With regards Darius Ivan and the team of the CRAIC.
Jessica wasn’t always healthy and happy and battled with her own issues which took her a while to overcome them. Now, she couldn’t imagine a life without exercise and a healthy routine.
To raise awareness of Migration issues within Europe are the Giddy Biddy Collective presenting Infinity – a social awareness installation project which is taking place for 24 hours since this morning 18/09/2015 as part of Galway City Culture Night. Eight volunteers are locked inside 20 foot shipping container with only water to drink and a portable loo for waste, simulating the conditions experienced by the victims of migration. People on the street can watch the group surviving 24 hours in extreme conditions on the screen attached to container.